As a single mother with two children, life can be complicated. You have a million and one things to do and negative time to do it all. Cooking, cleaning, working, taking care of the children; there isn't enough time for those things, let alone taking time for yourself or a significant other. The topic for this week's Fridays with Ferne episode is about having a life independent of your children. How do you do your own things without feeling guilty for leaving your children behind?Join the conversation!https://www.frameofmindcoaching.com/podcastRead the episode's transcript here:https://www.buzzsprout.com/1252997/episodes/10646336You can listen to another episode on parenting and how to make time for yourself here:https://www.frameofmindcoaching.com/podcast/analiza-wolfDo you struggle with this too? Do you have a case you'd like us to discuss? Share your story! And if there's a challenge you'd like to talk about here on the podcast or privately, please reach out to us:email@example.com@live.com
The concept of masculinity is straight-up intimidating to even begin to comprehend. There's no real cut-and-dry definition. Like so many big concepts, it's far easier to throw your hands up and say, “it's too complicated!” rather than commit to understanding the topic more deeply. Luckily for us, comedian Michael Ian Black has spent countless hours exploring masculinity. In his book A Better Man, he approaches what it means to be masculine through an open letter to his teenage son. His musings pave a clear path for any father, son, mother, daughter (or, incidentally, saber-tooth tiger) to approach the subject with an open mind and heart. Episode 66 of Modern Dadhood open with Marc reflecting on his recent experience with Covid, and a belated Happy Mother's Day wish to all of the moms, before the guys throw it to the second half of the chat with Michael Ian Black. Michael is a father of two college-age children, Elijah and Ruthie, and is best known for his roles in Wet Hot American Summer, The State, and the comedy troupe Stella. Additionally, he hosts the podcasts "Obscure," "How To Be Amazing", and Topics (with Stella cohort Michael Showalter). Michael has written books for grown-ups and kids, and his 2020 book A Better Man: A (Mostly Serious) Letter to My Son, which balances the exploration of topics like "toxic masculinity" and gender inequality with personal anecdotes from his childhood and career in comedy. Conversation topics include:• Emotional strength and vulnerability• The value of men expressing when they need help• Why the concept of masculinity is hard to define• Various ways to approach thinking about masculinity• The cultural importance of A Better Man• The importance of demonstrating healthy masculinity to our children• And more!This is part two of a two part conversation.LINKS:Michael Ian Black (official)Michael Ian Black (Instagram)A Better Man (book)Obscure (podcast)StellaMichael & Michael Have IssuesCaspar BabypantsRed Vault AudioSpencer AlbeeStuffed Animal
Are you numbing your hard emotions, and then losing the ability to feel the good ones too? We're so grateful to have TV & Radio Presenter, author, podcast host and owner of the jewelry line FRKL, Angela Scanlon on The Expanded Podcast today! Her and Lacy cover navigating the joys & struggles of motherhood, the challenge of asking for help, Angela's homebirth, a deep dive into the Irish psyche, and overcoming perfectionism + an eating disorder. They also dive into Angela's new book, Joyrider, which is about the healing power of gratitude and the importance of embracing the messiness of life instead of numbing out.Find the Complete Show Notes Here -> https://tobemagnetic.com/expanded-podcast In This Episode We Talk About:Our amazing guest today, writer and entrepreneur Angela Scanlon!Navigating the joys and struggles of her motherhood journeyThe challenge of accepting help from a partner and caregiversHer background growing up in Ireland and a deep dive into the Irish psyche!Why she chose a home birth and the benefits she sawTips on easing your firstborn into being an older siblingOvercoming perfectionism, & post-partumLacy's personal experience in Ireland and ScotlandBalancing entrepreneurship with motherhoodThe healing power of gratitude and expandersPaganism, Gaelic culture, mysticism!Reparenting yourself as a new parentBackground on Angela starting her businesses and writing her new book Resources: The Pathway - (12-month commitment) - Looking To Start Your Membership? Use code EXPANDED for $20 off your first month of the Pathway or $20 off any ala carteNewsletterA la Carte Workshops Text Us: +1-213-423-5226 - (texting is only for US, Canada, & Puerto Rico)Alexis Smart x TBM EXPANDED Flower Remedy TBM Manifestation Journal - NEW DROP AVAILABLE NOW In The Episode:TBM Manifestation Journal - NEW DROP AVAILABLE NOWExpanded x Ep. 171 - EXPLAINED Journaling for Manifestation BLUblox Website - 15% off with code MAGNETICBlue Light Blocking GlassesCrystal PairZane PairExpanded Ep 72 x Andy Mant of BLUbloxExpanded Ep. 36 x Andy Mant BLUblox Seed Probiotics - 15% off with code TBM15Seed IG Post on Taking Probiotics Regularly Rock Bottom WorkshopAnswers and Clarity DIJoyrider - Angela Scanlon (book)RIE Parenting Where To Find Angela!@AngelaScanlonJoyrider - Angela Scanlon (book)@myfrklThanks A Million (podcast)FRKL Jewelry Our Offerings:Looking To Start Your Membership? - Use code EXPANDED for $20 off your first month of The Pathway or $20 off any a la carte workshop.A La Carte - Not ready for a membership? Try an individual workshop with 3 months of access.The Basics Bundle - How To Manifest, Unblocked Inner Child & Unblocked ShadowUnblocked Inner Child Unblocked Shadow The Love Bundle - Unblocked Love & Relationships Reflection Mini-WorkshopUnblocked Money The Pathway - 12-month all-access membership includes ALL of our a la cartes + more!How To Manifest, Unblocked Inner Child, Unblocked Shadow, The Love Bundle, Unblocked Money+ The Daily Practice includes our Deep Imagining Library with over 18+ DIs+ Unblocked Boundaries + Unblocked Full Moon+ Uplevel - 3 in 1 includes Rut, Rock Bottom & Next Level workshops+ Monthly Supported Class+ Community Group to connect with fellow manifestors+ Automatic access to any new offering or DI that becomes available as well! Free Offerings to Get You StartedThe MotivationFree Clarity Exercise - Journal prompt + 1 Deep ImaginingExpanded Podcast - Manifestation 101 SubmitSubmit to Be a Process GuestLeave a Review 5-star review for a chance to win a 1-year membership to The Pathway 2.0. Then tune into future episodes to hear your review announced! If you win send us a message on Intercom firstname.lastname@example.org to claim it.
Dr Sarah J. Schoppe-Sullivan (Ohio State University, USA) discussed the transition to parenthood and perceptions of conflict when it comes to co parenting.
PFT Commenter loses a bet and has to wear a bikini top to a Caps Game. Mike and Jack from Greenfield's Finest return with an all new edition of Gear Grinders. Steve Byrne's son has some hilarious one-liners. Stan Savran isn't sure if Ron Hextall returns as Penguins GM. Paul Bossong has the scoop on this weekend's Millvale Music Festival, which is coming back bigger and better than ever before, and much more.
This is our 250th episode and a new season of our podcast because we've taken a bit of time off, which was our first time ever to take time off from the podcast. We hope you've enjoyed all the reruns we did and now that we're back, we're going to be sharing with you more fun Irish Mummy episodes and about how things are going here in America. We've been in the States for about 2 weeks now and things have been fun! So we want to impart how moving has gone for us and where we are at now. Our new home 2:27Leaving Ireland and settling in 5:05Some chaos Adam dealt with 12:30Things have gone well 16:55“Everything just flowed. It just felt effortless, and that's when I knew that we were in the right place at the right time.” 12:21https://www.facebook.com/theirishmummy/https://www.instagram.com/the_irish_mummy/ Pick up a copy of Journal to Joy. My NEW 90 Day Goals, Gratitude & Affirmation Journal to Create a Happy & Abundant Life.https://www.theirishmummy.com/ Subscribe to Letters to My Sisters Newsletter. You will hear EVERYTHING here first.https://www.theirishmummy.com/
Cathy Trowbridge thought that she had made an unforgivable choice when she had an abortion. After many years of carrying great heaviness in her heart, she was encouraged during multiple homilies to attend a retreat through Rachel's Vineyard. Cathy discovered an unimaginable sense of connection, healing and hope when she attended Rachel's Vineyard Retreat. She now shares her story in the hope that other women and men experience the same merciful love of God.
Beth Bergman, former owner of the art store Wet Paint, recommends a visit to the Form + Content Gallery in Minneapolis during its 15th anniversary exhibit.“You never know exactly what you're going to see,” says Bergman. The style and medium of art on display changes month-to-month with each show. The anniversary exhibit includes all 36 artists who've been members of the artist-run cooperative since its inception. True to name, the show specifies the form but not the content to its artists. In this case, all pieces are 15 x 15 x 15 inches. The content–the subject, form and style–will vary with each artist. “Thoughtful Dialogue: 15 Years of Form + Content” runs through May 28. The gallery is open Thursdays through Saturdays. Minneapolis photographer and writer George Slade appreciates a current photography exhibit by Andy Richter entitled “Walking with Julien.” Richter took the photographs during walks with his young son around his Northeast Minneapolis neighborhood over the past five years. Slade says the photography project was a way for Richter to cope with parenthood and escape the confinement of COVID. Young Julien is in some of the pictures. In others, his presence was the spark for the conversation which led to meeting and photographing neighbors. The work is on display in two different locations: in a gallery and outdoors where the photos were taken. The photographs will be on view at Artspace Jackson Flats in Minneapolis through May 25.; The gallery is open 12-5 on weekends and on weekdays by appointment. An outward-facing exhibit will be viewable on 23 storefronts and businesses in northeast Minneapolis through mid-August. Jill Fisher of Duluth says she plans on attending all the events for Duluth Dylan Fest, which kicks off Saturday and runs through next week. This year's festival is a grand finale of sorts for the “Year of Dylan,” which began with the musician's 80th birthday last year. Robert “Bobby” Zimmerman was born in Duluth on May 24, 1941 and his family moved to Hibbing when he was 6 years old. The festival begins with a free concert by Cowboy Angel Blue at The Rex at Fitger's in Duluth starting at 7 p.m. Fisher says the band has “honed their Dylan songs to a very fine and original sound.” Musical performances, lectures, and other events take place through the week in Duluth and in Superior. Other events of note are a front porch birthday party on Tuesday at Dylan's childhood home from noon to 1 p.m. at 519 N. 3rd Ave. East with music by Greg Tiburzi. The CD release party for “Free Wheeling Duluth Does Dylan,” takes place May 26 at the Earth Rider Festival Grounds in Superior at 6 p.m. Each of the local bands on the CD will perform one song. Many of the events at the festival are free, though the CD release party is $5.
In this episode, we speak with author Nefertiti Austin about her journey to motherhood as a resource and adoptive parent, and how this journey is reflected in her first non-fiction book, Motherhood So White. As Nefertiti discusses, her experience as a Black, single by choice woman was not reflected in parenting books and other resources. This lack of representation inspired her to add her voice and experience to the literature. Nefertiti also talks about the emotional space of black mothers who face heightened concerns regarding their children's safety due to race. Lastly, we speak with Nefertiti about her upcoming book around raising neuro diverse children of color. Nefertiti is an artist and author. In her first non-fiction book, Motherhood So White: A memoir of race, gender and parenting in America Nefertiti writes about the erasure of diverse voices in motherhood. Her work around this topic has appeared in many publications including the "New York Times", "Washington Post", “Huffington Post”, "MUTHA", and “Gen Medium”. Nefertiti is the adoptive mother of two children and lives in Los Angeles, CA. To learn more about Nefertiti Austin and her writings visit Nefertiti Austin
The Army's new "Parenthood, Pregnancy and Postpartum" directive started as a grassroots effort by a Facebook group of moms. Meet two soldier moms who discuss the sweeping changes benefiting new parents and others.Follow The Spouse Angle on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.This episode is sponsored by Zencastr, an all-in-one podcast production suite. Use code “thespouseangle” at zencastr.com/pricing to get 30% off your first three months of Zencastr Professional.
This is the next in a series of Positive Parenting Pep Talk's from Dreikur's book, "The Challenge of Parenthood." In this series, I am using ideas from the book, written in 1948, and putting a modern day perspective to the topic. Today's the discussion is about the errors that undermine our parenting. The general idea is not to fight and not to give in. Thank you for listening and subscribing to the Positive Parenting Pep Talks podcast. I would deeply appreciate your support by leaving us a review today. You can also Follow me on Instagram and share your favorite episodes and don't forget to tag me! Do you need one on one coaching? Deb is available! Read more about purchasing a coaching session here and you can schedule a call with me now. I have time available in the evening and weekends for busy parents. Visit our website, PositiveParenting.com to discover more great ideas for disciplining your children without breaking their spirit. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/positiveparenting/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/positiveparenting/support
This is the first in a series of Positive Parenting Pep Talk's from Dreikur's book, "The Challenge of Parenthood." In this series, I am using ideas from the book, written in 1948, and putting a modern day perspective to the topic. Today's the discussion is an introduction to the ideas of figuring out what not to do and yet still not become discouraged. Thank you for listening and subscribing to the Positive Parenting Pep Talks podcast. I would deeply appreciate your support by leaving us a review today. You can also Follow me on Instagram and share your favorite episodes and don't forget to tag me! Do you need one on one coaching? Deb is available! Read more about purchasing a coaching session here and you can schedule a call with me now. I have time available in the evening and weekends for busy parents. Visit our website, PositiveParenting.com to discover more great ideas for disciplining your children without breaking their spirit. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/positiveparenting/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/positiveparenting/support
On this episode of Benevolence, Jay Sanchez joins us once again at the table to discuss her personal experiences with "Spiritual Dysmorphia." It's crazy how easily we can trap ourselves by our negative thoughts. Our negative thinking and the way we see ourselves can hurt our spirit. Our discussion covers our stories with Spiritual Dysmorphia and points out practical steps to help us see ourselves the way God sees us! Benevolence Podcast is available where ever you get your podcasts! Follow us on Instagram @benevolencepodcast for some exciting posts, videos, and to keep up on what we have in store this season! Make sure to spread the news to everyone you know and stay tuned for brand new episodes every Monday!
Dara Kurtz is the creator of the popular blog crazyperfectlife.com, with over 180,000 followers from around the world. After going through breast cancer 6 1/2 years ago, she quit her job as a financial advisor, launched her blog, and wrote her first book Crush Cancer. Her second book just released, I am My Mother's Daughter: Wisdom on Life, Loss, and Love, It is all about the connection between mothers and daughters, how the loss of her mom impacted her life, and how to be intentional about growing relationships to create a more meaningful life. Dara is a speaker, workshop leader, and coach, and loves sharing her journey to help and inspire others. She lives in Lewisville, North Carolina, with her husband and daughters, loves spending time in nature, and practicing Kundalini yoga. This is the second time I have Dara on the podcast! This time we chat about the transition of her and her husband becoming empty nesters, as both their daughters are now in college. This is a sesson in parenting that we all go through, and there can be a range of emotions in this new stage. Connect with Dara Kurtz: https://crazyperfectlife.com/ Listen to the other podcast I recorded with Dara https://www.griefgratitudeandthegrayinbetween.com/podcast/episode/c2d52bdf/49-the-power-of-handwritten-letters-with-dara-kurtz Connect with Kendra Rinaldi: https://www.griefgratitudeandthegrayinbetween.com/
Gabrielle Chan is a political journalist and the rural editor of the Guardian Australia. She's a fierce advocate for the bush, a loyalty and understanding that stems from her own experience as a rural mum. Gabrielle grew up in the city, and only moved to a farm when she was married and 8 months pregnant. Her new life started as a shock to the system, before her love for her community seeped into her bones and set her on a mission to uncover and report on the real issues facing rural Australia. With the federal election this weekend, our catch up is fitting. This is her story. SPONSOR: Anna Lowrey is a mum from Armidale, New South Wales, and she created nonastiesforeverybody.com to provide women with natural, sustainable beauty products. After long days in the sun and saddle testing all the products, she includes ANNA'S ADVICE in the description of every product so you can find personal anecdotes to help with your choices. Connect on Instagram through @nonasties_beauty. Use the code MOTHERLAND for 20% OFF your first order.
Die gelernte Volljuristin Marit Posch beschäftigt sich seit ihrer Kindheit intensiv mit Musik und erwarb sogar ein Opern-/Gesangsdiplom. Trotz des erfolgreichen Jura-Studiums war für sie klar, in der Musikbranche arbeiten zu wollen. Als Head of PR beim Berliner Label BPitch Control von Ellen Allien begleitete sie unter anderem den Durchbruch von Paul Kalkbrenner zu einer Zeit als Hannes Stöhr mit seinem Spielfilm „Berlin Calling“ für Aufmerksamkeit sorgte. 2009 gründete sie gemeinsam mit Modeselektor das Label Monkeytown Records. Einige Jahre später bündelt sie ihre zahlreichen Tätigkeiten zusammen mit Sandra Passaro in der Agentur Hyper Culture und wird 2020 General Manager Germany für den Digitalvertrieb IDOL. Im Redfield Podcast spricht Marit Posch über ihre starke Motivation in der Musikbranche zu arbeiten, aber auch warum sie sich schon von ihr lösen musste. Sie beleuchtet die Strukturen von Plattenfirmen, die auch Management und Booking im Haus haben und spricht mit Gastgeber Alexander Schröder über die Zukunft von digitalem Musikvertrieb, Playlisten oder Mood-Tracks. Außerdem werfen beide einen Blick auf ihr Projekt Parenthood in Music, das sie gemeinsam mit Steffi von Kannemann (Better Things) entwickelte und mit dem sie Eltern in der Musikbranche stärken und Lobbyarbeit leisten möchte. www.idol.io www.hyper-culture.net www.redfield-podcast.de
Jess is doing another solo episode!! I had so much fun last time I think we're going to make it a regular thing. I am going to read your emails, talk about them, and ponder all of life's questions. Join me! Email us at email@example.com to tell your story or ask questions of the community, and find us on Instagram or Facebook to be a part of the conversation. You can now support us on Patreon! We recently shifted that space to create a community of parents who can meet up and participate in events. All patrons at the $5 level or above can join us for two monthly mental health support groups via Zoom. Another great way to support us is to support the crowdfunding campaign for Jess's new book series all about an only child, Ruby June! Also remember to please leave us a review wherever you get your podcasts.
Are you a parent who is raising kiddos while healing your mental health at the same time? In today's episode, we chat with TikTok Momma sensation Makenzie at Home, to have a raw and vulnerable conversation about the real and imperfect challenges of being a single parent, breaking generational patterns, and kicking butt at being a human!**Wanna learn the #1 that High-Achievers can attract more commitment & deep connections in relationships? Get instant access to Gloria's brand new, FREE Masterclass, Chosen**: bygloriazhang.com/chosen Episode Highlights:Makenzie's Tiktok journey and how she became a mental health advocate for parentsThe shaming, perfectionism, and judgement that parents face in raising their kids How The Inner Child Podcast has helped Makenzie in her inner child healingMakenzie's advice on how to raise your kids while taking care of your own mental healthHer favorite Disney movie, how it relates to her life and more!Want even More?Apply to join my Soulmate program for High-Achievers: bygloriazhang.com/soulmate.Get Access to Gloria's brand new, FREE Masterclass, Chosen: bygloriazhang.com/chosenFollow Gloria on Instagram for helpful tips: @bygloriazhangFollow Makenzie on Tiktok: @mackenzie_athomeFollow Makenzie on Instagram: @mackenzie_athome
12 May 2022: Sarah Babiker uncovers some of the myths of being a mum. Helen chats to one mum who shares her struggle bringing up twin boys with autism. Delphine talks about coming to terms with outliving her son who was born with a rare chromosome disorder Garineh Serpekian is a wellness coach who changed her daughters diet after she developed breast tissue at the age of 3. And Bloom World Academy is introducing student passports. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Life has been hard on us lately in so many aspects, BUT THANKFULLY, we have all sorts of fun just being our goofy selves recording our podcast together. So much was discussed, but even more fun was had and poked at each other. I am pretty certain you hear our son chime in here and there as well. Follow Us!Facebook: facebook.com/tanyaskidpodcastInstagram: @tanyaskidpodcastWant to write in to firstname.lastname@example.org
Entrepreneurs aren't supposed to be vulnerable. That's what the culture tells us anyway. They're supposed to know what they're doing, move fast and break things, push forward at all costs… NO room for doubt, fear, insecurity, sadness… Until now. We're tired of the rhetoric that's keeping us all in boxes. We're tired of being forced to smash our feelings down until they bubble out around the edges. That's where the Vulnerable Entrepreneurs Podcast seeks to do: provide a platform for entrepreneurs in all industries to get emotionally naked and share their real struggles, real hopes, and real “ah-ha!” moments. In this episode of the Vulnerable Entrepreneurs Podcast, Sean Reilly, Founder of Rath Capital Partners, and Kham Inthirath, CEO of inThink Agency, sit down with Dave Seymour, one of the most recognizable experts in his field as both a commercial and residential real estate investor. In this very special podcast, the Entrepreneurs tackle real topics like masculinity in entrepreneurship, parenthood, and more. Tune in to learn….
In this episode, we are excited to be joined by Dr. Cara Goodwin, founder of Parenting Translator. We discuss the role of research in information available to parents on parenting and child development. We focus on several important themes present in social media regarding parenting, including a one size fits all approach to parenting, attachment and behavior theory and reward systems. We also discuss the importance of realistic expectations for parents. Dr. Cara Goodwin has a Bachelor's in Psychology and Neuroscience from the University of Virginia, a Master's in Developmental Psychiatry from Cambridge University, a Master's in Child Psychology from Vanderbilt University, and a PhD in Child Psychology from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She completed an APA accredited clinical psychology internship at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a postdoctoral fellowship at Duke University. She is currently licensed as a clinical psychologist in the state of Virginia. You can learn more about Dr. Goodwin and her work at: Parenting Translator If you are raising a Toddler and you'd like to learn more about Back Pocket Essentials, visit ThrivingToddler.com.
On this episode of the KICPOD, Steph and Laura spoke to journalist and published author Gina Rushton. After being faced with the decision about whether she herself wanted children, Gina was inspired to investigate why we now feel so unsure of whether we want to become parents.This discussion reveals the modern complex considerations that people, in particular women now face when deciding on whether they want to bring a child into the world. From navigating the relationship with yourself and your personal circumstances to the wider issues of climate change and inflation, it's no wonder that we are now thinking long and hard about the decision to have a child.We hope that this episode brings comfort to those unsure of whether parenthood is for them and to remind you that it's totally normal, valid and justified to be confused about what your future might hold when it comes to parenthood.Gina's first book The Most Important Job in the World is out now. SPECIAL GUEST:Gina Rushton SPECIAL SHARES:Steph - The VoiceLaura - A reminder about how wonderful Public Transport is KIC UPDATES:We celebrated World Pilates Day. Sign up to KIC at www.keepitcleaner.com.au to sign up and try our pilates today.P.s. Stay tuned for an exciting new workout style to hit the KIC app very soon. SPONSOR SHOUTOUT:Shop La Roche-Posay's range of skincare at www.laroche-posay.com.au.
Finding the balance between our work lives and home lives can be a difficult task. This week Michelle Miller is back to discuss how to live your best life as a working parent and navigate change like a pro!
Mike is an investor, speaker, podcaster and founder of Investing for Freedom. Mike helps busy professionals and business owners find true freedom to live their best life.He's also co-founder of Four Peaks Capital Partners, LLC. His scope includes operations, management teams, development, and chief people officer. He also co-directs the overall investment strategy along with Andrew Lanoie. Mike has over 22 years of experience in finding freedom by building teams and streamlining operations.By age 24, Mike founded his first construction company and has been involved with over 2,000 projects totaling over $1 billion, including hospitals, courthouses, federal buildings, casinos, mills, gold-processing facilities, civil projects, multi-family homes, and shopping centers. Of the companies he started, most notable is the construction company that scaled quickly to more than 100 employees and sold at a $12 million valuation, making it onto the Inc. 2009 “2500 Fastest Growing Companies in America” list.https://www.michaelayala.com/Mike's InstagramMike's FacebookBuilding Men InstagramBuilding Men WebsiteBuilding Men YouTubeBuilding Men FacebookBook a free coaching call with Dennis Join the Tribe of Brothers Virtual Coaching Group for Young MenIf our podcast resonates with you, please consider rating, reviewing and sharing it with anyone who you believe would benefit from the message.Visit our sponsors - Finish The Race – Home of the official Building Men gearBecome Stronger Industries - Makers of handmade steel hammers and maces - enter code “buildingmen” for 10% off your entire order
In today's episode Ty and Caitlyn sit down and talk about the four parenting styles which include authoritative parenting, authoritarian parenting, permissive parenting and uninvolved parenting. They share their parenting styles and take a quiz together that determines what their parenting style truly is. The couple also gives some updates in regards to their pregnancy.Take the parenting style quiz: https://activeparenting.com/for-parents/parenting-quiz/Follow us on IG: https://www.instagram.com/themodernmomanddadpodcast/
Parenthood is all about making choices. Deciding on formula or breastfeeding, which brand of diapers are best for my baby or what foods should they be eating. These choices can leave us all wondering if we're doing the right thing for our kids. Tune in this week on Me Before Mom as Bert talks about a struggle all moms deal with on different levels, "Mom Guilt".Matriarch Digital Media (matriarchdm.com) produces this and other podcasts that understand, encourage and uplift women.
Bringing up children and leading a company might sound like two completely unrelated responsibilities, but in reality, they interconnect. In conjunction with Mother's Day last weekend, we celebrate leaders at work and at home, as we speak to Sheila Singam, founder of Human Equation to understand the bigger picture of how parenthood helps shape leaders better.Image Credit: Shutterstock | YAKOBCHUK VIACHESLAV
On this next episode of Benevolence, Lisa Nicole Alexander joins us at the table to discuss her experiences with past domestic violence. Lisa Alexander is also the founder and executive director of Stand Up Survivor Inc. a non-profit organization created to educate and bring awareness of domestic violence. Lisa is a three-time author, speaker, and holds a seat on the Mayor's Domestic Violence Commision in Orange County. As a survivor, Lisa chooses to stand up and use her voice to help as many women as possible. And we are so honored to have her join us on an episode of Benevolence. If you or someone you know is suffering from domestic violence abuse, please contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 or you can text START to 88788. If you would like inquire more information about Lisa Alexanders' non-for profit organization you can visit the website standupsurvivor.org or contact at 321-430-5307 for more resources.
In this message from Liquid Church's Mother's Day message, Pastor Kayra Montanez shares encouragement for all the moms, aunts, grandmas, mentors and more! Let's be honest: Motherhood is thrilling and terrifying. It's energizing and exhausting. Parenthood fills you with love and joy, but also fear and doubt. Moms, we get it! Motherhood is a gift from God that is both deeply rewarding and incredibly challenging. This Mother's Day we want to bless the women in our lives by sharing hope, encouragement, and the reassurance that God is walking alongside you on this journey! Queen Esther of the Bible is a beautiful example of resilience to take heart from. After learning of an evil plot to kill all the Jews in the kingdom, Esther decides to speak up, knowing it's a dangerous decision. As parents, there are plenty of times where you can feel incapable, ill-equipped or unprepared for the challenges you face to stand up courageously for your kids. Let Esther's story encourage you that you too were made by God “for such a time as this.” Queen: The Story of Esther Series | Pastor Kayra Montanez | Liquid Church #Moms #MothersDay #Purpose #Courage #Esther #LiquidChurch #Christianity #ChristianChurch
It is high time we take back our parental rights in our schools! Join Shug Bury and Monica Cline with It Takes A Family, as she boldly exposes the truth behind comprehensive sex education and the HARM it causes our children. Listen to HIM4Her Radio: Women's Hot Topics on Salem Network's AM 980, The Mission, every Saturday at 11:00AM CT, Sundays at 3:00PM CT and Tuesdays at 6:00PM CT. After airing, you can listen to HIM4Her Radio: Women's Hot Topics wherever you get your podcasts. Don't forget our interviews on the Women's Hot Topics with Shug Bury page! To support our show, visit our website at him4her.org/him4her-radio. Support the show: https://www.him4herministries.org/donate See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week's podcast is about Ferne's childhood; here is her story:As a child, my mother always praised me for my strawberry cutting skills – I know, oddly specific and not widely useful, but nevertheless, I was proud. I was probably eight years old when I was cutting some strawberries, and I accidentally cut my finger instead. There was a little blood, but nothing too serious. I started crying anyway, not because it hurt, but because I had messed up my special task. I was worried that I wasn't good at it anymore. Surprisingly, after my mom cleaned me up and gave me a band-aid, she sent me straight back to work. I was shocked but elated, I didn't want to stop something I was good at. My question to my mother is: Why did you trust me? How did you know that I wouldn't hurt myself again?Tune in to know how the conversation went!https://www.frameofmindcoaching.com/podcastRead the episode's transcript here:https://www.buzzsprout.com/1252997/episodes/10566011Have you been in a situation like this? Do you have a case you'd like us to discuss? Share your story! And if there's a challenge you'd like to talk about here on the podcast or privately, please reach out to us:email@example.com@live.com
How becoming a new parent can change a real estate investor's life? Join our returning guest Tyler Chesser as he shares what it's like to be a new parent, be present for your kids despite a busy schedule, have a better mindset in life, and other life and business tips! Key Takeaways To Listen ForWays parenthood changes your business and investing outlookHow to have an abundance mindsetThe importance of time and being present for your familyTips to have a more positive internal dialogueBenefits of highly listening to your inner voiceBest advice on achieving personal and business growthResources Mentioned In This EpisodeThe Bottom Line - 10 Ways to Increase Cash Flow in an Apartment ComplexFree Apartment Syndication Due Diligence Checklist for Passive Investor About Tyler ChesserTyler Chesser, CCIM is a high-performance real estate entrepreneur who helps real estate investors and entrepreneurs transform their finances, businesses, and lives. A successful real estate investor with a background as a former perennial top-performing commercial real estate broker, Tyler started investing in multifamily real estate in 2015 as a way to build wealth and create diverse income streams for his family.Prior to 2020 co-founding of the real estate investment firm, CF Capital, Tyler spent over seven years in the business as the founding principal of a successful commercial brokerage company, a real estate investor, keynote speaker, and award-winning sales professional after his withdrawal from corporate America in the early 2010s.Today Tyler adds value to others in a range of capacities – from syndication of private placement real estate investments, individual to group business coaching, real estate consulting, and keynote speaking, and also hosts a top 200 business podcast internationally called Elevate. The podcast is well known for the high-level mindset, mind expansion, and personal development content which decodes the stories, habits, and multifaceted expertise of world-class investors and other experts; to the core, this platform propels Tyler's constant and never-ending commitment to improvement. His core belief is that human beings were designed to go big, which is apparent in all that he does.Connect with TylerWebsite: CF CapitalPodcast: Elevate with Tyler ChesserInstagram: @cfcapitalllcFacebook: CF Capital LLCLinkedIn: CF Capital LLCTo Connect With UsPlease visit our website: www.bonavestcapital.com and please click here, to leave a rating and review!SponsorsGrow Your Show, LLCThinking About Creating and Growing Your Own Podcast But Not Sure Where To Start?Visit GrowYourShow.com and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams.Dream Chasers PodcastWant to listen to another Next Level Show?Subscribe to DREAM CHASERS | Interviews with the Future Podcast!
It can be tough to maintain a strong relationship with your partner when you become parents. Between the sleepless nights, constant demands from your kids, and never-ending housework, it's easy to feel overwhelmed and alone. Catherine O'Brien is an expert on this subject. She is an LMFT and author of the book Happy With Baby, Essential Relationship Advice When Partners Become Parents. Catherine is committed to supporting couples when they bring kids into their lives. If you're a parent, there's a good chance you've experienced at least a little bit of chaos in your life. And if you're like most parents, you want to do everything possible to avoid letting that chaos consume your relationship with your partner. This week in the Love Shack, we're interviewing Catherine O'Brien, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and the founder of HappyWithBaby.com. We're talking about how to manage the challenges of parenthood while still maintaining a strong connection with your partner. If you're looking for ways to survive parenthood as a couple, this episode is for you! We'll also share some easy strategies that you can use right away to start reconnecting as a couple again. So you can, finally, stop wondering things like: Will I be enough to go around and meet the demands of the people I love? Is it normal to feel alone, even when I am laying right next to my partner? Is fighting about the kids normal? if so, for how long? Is it possible to be partners in love AND partners as parents? Catherine O'Brien knows what it's like to be overwhelmed, out of energy, and out of ideas as a new parent. She created Happy With Baby in order for new and expecting parents to discover the advice she wishes she could have had when managing expectations of parenthood and relationships. Catherine is passionate about helping new parents to communicate and thrive through this transition, equipping them to be effective caregivers and with a happy marriage. She acts as a California state co-coordinator for Postpartum Support International and helped to establish A Mother's Heart in Sacramento, where mothers with perinatal and anxiety disorders go to receive support. Additionally, she participates in the Sacramento Maternal Mental Health Collaborative. In this episode, we're covering several key topics about how to survive parenthood as a couple, including: What role do outside forces play in new parents finding their way? What can moms do to manage overwhelm? Do things get easier for parents after the first hectic years? What are some daily self-care things parents should be doing? What are the things parents need to be talking about to increase communication and decrease stress? Listen in live Thursday at 1 pm PST/4 pm EST -- and don't forget to subscribe so you never miss an episode! Important Links: Get your copy of my brand new book Feeling Like Your Marriage Is Dead? http://lifetimeoflove.me/ Want to learn how to stop a fight in 20-seconds or less? Get the cheat sheet here. https://stacibartley.com/stopfight Miss our past episodes? Check them all out here: https://stacibartley.com/podcast Relationship Check-up - tired of re-hashing your issues with your partner without making progress? Schedule your check-up today! https://stacibartley.com/checkup/
Lori Mihalich-Levin and Jason Levin continue with their tradition of interviewing moms and dads in different industries and sectors. In this episode of Parents at Work, Lori and Jason focus on the narrow yet important niche of dads in executive search and interview the dynamic dads, Julian Ha and Patrick Gray! Julian has been an Executive Search Consultant for more than fifteen years. He is a former corporate attorney, venture capitalist, and investment banker. He is a partner with Heidrick & Struggles, based in Washington DC, and a member of the firm's CEO and Board practice. He leads the firm's global Government Affairs and Trade Association work and co-leads their Professionals of Color Employee Resource Group. Julian has been married to his wife, Annette, for almost twenty years. They have two teenage boys, a ten-year-old daughter, and a rescue dog called Blake. Patrick is a former US Army Intelligence Officer. He has been an Executive Search Consultant for almost twenty years. He established the DC area office in the Aerospace and Defence practice at Raines International, and he leads their Industrial practice. Raines is an executive search and leadership advisory firm with nine offices. Patrick has been married to his wife, Megan, for 24 years, and they have four children. Aiden is 21, Colin is 18, Rylan is 15, and Tristan is 13. Today, Julian and Patrick share candidly about their lives as working parents. They talk about what it is like to be dads in executive search and dive into workplace flexibility, support, normalizing paternity leave, and shaping the conversation around working parenthood. Stay tuned today to hear Julian and Patrick's uplifting working dad stories! Show highlights: Patrick's working parent story started in graduate school. (3:31) Julian and his wife, Annette, wanted their kids to have an American suburban experience. (6:26) Julian likes to be an equal partner. He is very involved in raising his kids. (8:57) Working in executive search, Julian has found more flexibility to do pick-ups and drop-offs and be more involved in his kids' activities. (9:59) Evolving technology in the executive search business has allowed Patrick more flexibility as a working dad. (10:56) Julian is fortunate to be part of a firm that is conscious of being collaborative, and in which parents are encouraged to support one another. (13:33) Patrick talks about the financial benefits available for families and the changing conversation around fathers taking parental leave. (16:04) Julian describes the pro-active support provided by his firm to allow fathers to take parental leave. (20:40) Parenthood has helped Patrick become more patient and empathetic over the years. (22:20) Being a parent has taught Julian time management skills and adaptability. (23:55) Patrick and Julian talk about their roles as dads in executive search to shape the conversation around working parenthood. (27:24) What can candidates do to work better with someone in executive search? (32:52) Patrick advises working parents to become resilient and learn to bounce back quickly! (39:04) Julian feels that flexibility is vital for working parents! (44:20) Links and resources: https://www.heidrick.com/en/ (Heidrick & Struggles) https://rainesinternational.com/aerospace-defense-and-government-services/ (The Aerospace, Defense, and Government Services at Raines Internationa)l https://www.aesc.org/ (The Association of Executive Search Consultants) https://www.blinkist.com/ (Blinkist) https://dailydad.com/ (The Daily Dad) Books mentioned: https://amzn.to/3vF0tOj (Relationships to Infinity: The Art and Science of Keeping in Touch, by Jason Levin) https://amzn.to/3F9SvzC (The 4-Hour Work Week by Tim Ferriss) Mentioned in this episode: Get the new book: Relationships to Infinity, the Art and Science of Keeping In Touch from Ready, Set, Launch Head over to www.readysetlaunch.net to grab your copy of the...
Hayley speaks to Lucia Paradiso, Katie Medina, and Mark Ryan as they discuss parenthood during their MBA. From having their first baby during the program to raising three children, the guests share their personal experiences, knowledge, and advice to the episode. Hosts: Hayley Wilcox Guest: Lucia Paradiso, Katie Medina, Mark Ryan Produced by: Hayley Wilcox Edited by: Hayley Wilcox Music by: Jesse Han
Today we are thrilled to be joined by the Childhood Collective. We speak about skills that support children with ADHD, and the importance of providing children with ADHD and their parents information on the neurological underpinnings of ADHD. We also discuss in more depth what an evaluation for ADHD may entail, and the role of schools in supporting children with ADHD and their parents. The Childhood Collective was founded by two child psychologists (Lori Long, Ph.D. and Mallory Yee, Ph.D.) and a speech language pathologist (Katie Severson, M.S., CCC-SLP). Lori, Mallory and Katie are three moms who are dedicated to supporting parents of children with ADHD. With over 40 years of combined professional experience, they empower parents by teaching science-backed strategies to raise happy and confident children! To learn more about the resources and supports available from the Childhood Collective visit: https://thechildhoodcollective.com @thechildhoodcollective
Have you ever wanted to quit being a parent? My wife Katie experienced this the other day while looking at new schools with the kids. Today, she joins us in studio to discuss the situation and what pushed her over the edge. Would you be surprised if I said it was unrealistic expectations? Find out how stepping away from a situation for a brief moment can completely shift your emotions and your perspective. We also dive into how you can use a tag-team situation to stave off the frustration. -- Are you looking to connect with a group of like-minded habit hacking people? Join my private Facebook group along with 100's of others in my habit-based lifestyle secrets page https://www.Facebook.com/groups/307809586529906/ where I'll be dropping daily habits, tips, and tricks every single week. Want additional information on our programs and other ways to get involved, check out my website http://jesseewell.com/ or www.Habitbasedlifestyle.com
Of all the guests on Paternal over the years, it's safe to say that Akhil Sharma was the last guy who would have expected to appear on a podcast about fatherhood. Over the past three decades he carved out a nice life as an Ivy League educated investment banker, and then a successful writer and college professor. Fatherhood never really entered the equation because, in his mind, he was worthless when it came to what he could possibly teach a child. On this episode of Paternal, Sharma reflects on some of the complicated family backstory illustrated in his acclaimed 2014 book Family Life, which the New York Times said “reveals how love becomes warped and jagged and even seemingly vanishes in the midst of huge grief.” Sharma also discusses how a life-altering accident helped define his relationship with his parents, and influenced why he never considered having children until he was in his late 40s. Sharma is a professor at Duke University and the author of the essay A Passage to Parenthood, which appeared in the The New Yorker earlier this year. Learn more about Paternal and sign up for our newsletter at www.paternalpodcast.com. You can also email host Nick Firchau at firstname.lastname@example.org with any comments or suggestions for men he should profile on the show. Make sure you subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts or wherever you're listening, then keep an eye on your feed for new episodes.